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Overview

NextLabs Enterprise Digital Rights Management (EDRM) is designed to protect data as it moves and is shared across today's extended enterprise. With NextLabs, any file type can be protected and accessed from any device to ensure secure collaboration.

Seclore EDRM is document management software, and includes features such as access controls, file type conversion, offline access, collaboration tools, document archiving, file recovery, document retention, optical character recognition, and compliance tracking. Seclore EDRM is available as SaaS, and Windows software. Some alternative products to Seclore EDRM include Filebound, UltraWare Suite, and Daminion Server.

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BAE Systems, Dow, e2v, Newport, CYTEC, Rockwell CollinsExostar, Vidder, Fugro, Tata strive
NextLabs Enterprise Digital Rights Management is ranked 6th in Digital Rights while Seclore EDRM is ranked 5th in Digital Rights. NextLabs Enterprise Digital Rights Management is rated 0.0, while Seclore EDRM is rated 0.0. On the other hand, NextLabs Enterprise Digital Rights Management is most compared with , whereas Seclore EDRM is most compared with .

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